Group 6 Members: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Ita Nurul Fitria 192122119 Deviana Halidazia 192122126 Meylla Yuni Fahirra 192122136 Linda Novita Siti Nur Sabani 192122137 Luthfia Khofifah 192122139 Title: The Ugly Duckling by Hans Christian Andersen Student profile Grade 5, intermediate level of English proficiency Skills to be emphasized Listening and speaking Language Grammar: Like/Don’t like Objectives Materials Capture their attention Connect to prior knowledge and experiences Review language students have learned Vocabulary: Pig, sheep, cow, horse, duck, bird, swan. By the end of this lesson, students will be able to: ● Use the terms like and don’t like in the appropriate contexts. ● Comprehend the story through listening activity by answering the questions correctly. ● Identify the mistakes in the sentences provided and turn them into the correct ones. ● Understand the content of the story by mentioning the moral value, favorite parts, and the reason why the ugly duckling was sad. Picture cards of animals mentioned in the story; The Ugly Duckling illustration; laptop and projector; YouTube Video: https://youtu.be/NeWBktmNqmY Warm-Up Before-storytelling Activities Talk to students while excitedly ask, “What’s your favourite animal?” Show pictures of animals. Ask the students if they like/don’t like these. When you hold up each item, ask students to make an ‘O’ sign if they like it or ‘X’ sign if they don’t. Record the results next to a picture of that animal on the board. “Do you like ducks? If yes, make an ‘O’ sign.” While you demonstrate how to make an ‘O’ sign. “Do you like swans? If not, make an ‘X’ sign.” While you demonstrate how to make an ‘X’ sign. Like: … Don’t Like: … Like: … Don’t Like: … Pre-teach new vocabulary or expressions Show students the pictures of animals that appear in the story, and ask them “What is this? This is a duck. Repeat after me ‘duck’ have you seen this before? Where?” “Do you know the sound of ducks?” then practicing the sound together. Preview the illustration of ‘The Ugly Duckling’ story “Do you know the sound of swans?” then practicing the sound together. Show the story illustration of ‘The Ugly Duckling’. Say, “Let’s take a look at this picture together! What do you see here? Yes, ducks!” Storytelling with a video “Do you realize there is a duck that looks different from others? Which one? Can you guess what that is? Let’s find out through this video!” Presentation Play the video of the story until the end. Ask the students if they want to repeat the video, “Do you want to watch the video once again?” Comprehension check after watch the video Review what happened in the story. Ask some questions to the students to check their comprehension towards the story. Review parts of the story “Where does mommy duck live?” “Good! On a farm!” “How many eggs are there in the mommy duck nest?” “Yes! Six!” “What animals were met by the ugly duckling during its journey?” “Right. Pig, sheep, cow, horse, swan!” Practice Watch the story. Find the mistake, underline it and write the correct word. Write the sentence on the whiteboard, have the students answer it together with the teacher. a. b. c. d. e. f. Mummy Duck had four little eggs and one big egg. She thought the ugly duckling was normal. His brother and sisters wanted to play with him. He was happy. He was very hungry. He was a beautiful, white duck. “Look at the whiteboard! Let’s find the mistake together.” “Section (a), what’s the mistake? Look closely.” “Yes, four. It should be five.” Application Group Discussion Activity After-storytelling Activities Create 5 groups to discuss these questions below. Each group will have one teacher to accompany them during the discussion. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Assessment: Exit ticket Which part do you like the most from the story? Why? Which part do you dislike from the story? Why? Why was the ugly duckling sad? Who would you rather be? What is the moral value of the story? Each student must be active during the discussion. Assessment Ask the students these questions: “Please raise your hands first, and I will choose the fastest one to answer the question. If the answer is right, you can leave the class.” “What do you like from today’s lesson?” “What don’t you like from today’s lesson?” Homework The ones who answer the fastest and correctly can get permission to leave the class earlier. Follow-up Ask the students to list the animals they like and don't like in English (at least 10).